2 player is pretty good. But when you play 4 player the opposing team cheats, and it plays so fast you don't get a chance to see what the player to the left of you played. On one hand, I didn't get a chance to play and the opposing team went out right away. They had one canasta and 4 other sets for a total of 20 cards melded, and the other team member still had 9 cards in it's hand (for a total of 29 cards). That is impossible if you follow the rules.
February 5, 2023
We do not load the deal in any way, but we probably have the strongest computers one can find for Canasta. You can reduce your opponents skills in the settings. You can reduce game speed in the settings.
While your graphics are good and it's smooth control I can't find any glitches as far as the technical part of the game. However I've grown weary of playing it because the balance of wins against the computers is totally unfair. I would say eight times out of 10 the computer opponents get to pick up the stack they get most of the black threes and they go out quickly. If by chance I get in the lead, then all of a sudden I get no wildcards and making mailed is virtually impossible so I'm moving on
62 people found this review helpful
July 27, 2020
We do not load the deal in any way, but we probably have the strongest computers one can find for Canasta. You can reduce your opponents skills in the settings.
I still play this game despite the fact that the computer partner is programmed to do one thing, and that is to go out. No. Matter. What. So it can be frustrating when your partner throws away cards you are building a canasta for and frequently give away a frozen deck. Cursed thing! When I play, I view it as playing against three others and it is nice when your partner is actually helpful.
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